AGENCY: Salt Lake City (Utah). Department of Public Utilities
TITLE: Hydrograph daily charts
DESCRIPTION: These records support the agency's function to be responsible for the distribution of all irrigation, raw, and potable water for the city and its designated service areas (Salt Lake City Code 2.08.100(2014)). Records document the volume of natural water flow at designated points at a given time. Information is used for statistical purposes to show water trends and forecast water availability. Information includes the water read and date, time, and location of read. These are water charts recording the daily flows of streams. They are used for predicting future stream flows.
Retain for 10 year(s)
RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION
These records are in Archives' permanent custody.
Paper: For records beginning in 1923 through 2000. Retain in Office for 10 years and then transfer to State Archives with authority to weed.
Computer data files: For records beginning in 2001 and continuing to the present. Retain in Office for 10 years and then delete.
A sampling of records from 1923-2000 are of historical interest as they show the change in practice and technology used to capture the information.
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